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A go for Men's Vogue leaves a masthead waiting to be filled.
October 7, 2005
Today is a tale of two greenlit magazines. Men's Vogue will be back for three issues next year and 10 in 2007, prompting Condé Nast execs to bring in New Yorker associate publisher William Li as publisher and confirm that launch editor Jay Fielden is there to stay. More to the point, Fielden plans to hire 30 full time editorial employees, who will be joined by nearly two dozen sales staffers. (Although how many from Fairchild's just-shuttered Vitals—who were promised first crack at new jobs inside Condé—will end up there?) Meanwhile, over at Hearst, the Real Simple-manqué...
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